Anderson, Andrew Section 18 ID # 180050 Andrew Anderson (Rest of inscription worn away) 1795-1867 Documentation 1908 Plat: Andrew Anderson Died 1867 Section 18 Lot 11 1909 List: Lot owner Andrew Anderson Interment Index: 4-18-1867 Andrew Anderson Recorded 2005 with Additions (Smith 1908 & Garrett)
After 2009 Restoration
CLICK HERE for obituary listing Andrew Anderson Mayor of the City of Nashville 1856-1857 Anderson was the owner of a foundry and hardware store located at 53 Broad Street where his son Andrew and stepson John Todd worked as bookkeepers. Prior to his second marriage and most unusual in that historical period, Anderson and his wife Mary Ann entered into a marriage contract (prenuptial agreement), which stipulated that upon his death she was to receive none of his material possessions; however, she could remain in their residence until her death or the “termination of her widowhood.” Involved in Nashville politics for more than 20 years, Anderson was a member of the Nashville Board of Alderman from 1837-41, 1846-52, 1854-55, and 1862-64. Mayor Anderson died from heart disease on April 19, 1867. Elder Philip Slater Fall, a minister of the Christian Church, conducted the funeral services, and Anderson is buried at the historic Nashville City Cemetery. Research completed by Carolyn Bridges Gregory, a Public Service Management graduate student at Cumberland University.